Left to right Brian MacDonald CEO of Sunoco State Representative Thaddeus Kirkland Bill Clark president of Philabundance Chester Mayor John Linder Senator Dominic Pileggi and Congressman Bob Brady Photo Courtesy of PhilabundanceChorus Photography

(Left to right) Brian MacDonald, CEO of Sunoco; State Representative Thaddeus Kirkland; Bill Clark, president of Philabundance; Chester Mayor John Linder; Senator Dominic Pileggi; and Congressman Bob Brady.
Photo Courtesy of Philabundance/Chorus Photography

Nonprofit Retailer to Give Food Desert Fresh Access

CHESTER, Pa. — Starting next spring, the people of Chester, Pa. will be able to do something they haven’t been able to do in 11 years: go to a supermarket within city limits.

The hunger relief organization Philabundance is opening its first nonprofit “Fare & Square” supermarket concept here.

Fare & Square will have a free club membership and an emphasis on healthful, fresh foods. Philabundance expects that its 13,000 square-foot store will

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